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magnetic_dipole_moment [2020/10/17 01:19]
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magnetic_dipole_moment [2020/10/17 15:38] (current)
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 |  $$ U = - \vec m \cdot \vec B $$  |  (J)  | |  $$ U = - \vec m \cdot \vec B $$  |  (J)  |
  
-==== Force ====+==== Force on single dipole ====
  
 If the [[current loop]] is placed in a [[gradient]] of flux density $B$ then the magnetic dipole moment allows calculation of the force $F$ which will attract or repel it (depending on the mutual alignment of the vectors of B and m), for a general three-dimensional case:[(Terquem)]  If the [[current loop]] is placed in a [[gradient]] of flux density $B$ then the magnetic dipole moment allows calculation of the force $F$ which will attract or repel it (depending on the mutual alignment of the vectors of B and m), for a general three-dimensional case:[(Terquem)] 
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 |  $$ F = m \frac{d B}{ d x} $$  |  (N)  | |  $$ F = m \frac{d B}{ d x} $$  |  (N)  |
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 ===== See also ===== ===== See also =====
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